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The Salvation Army is Hiring!
The Booth House, a shelter for runaway and homeless youth between 12-17 years of age, has an immediate opening for a part time Resident Manager to work 24 hours/week. This position is responsible for providing a variety of structured therapeutic and supportive activities for residents of the shelter.
The Salvation Army offers a truly excellent benefits package to eligible part-time employees, including:
- Generous time off every year that includes paid holidays, vacation time, and sick time.
- Employer funded Pension Plan (company contributions begin after 1 year of employment).
- Sprint and Verizon Wireless Discounts.
- Eligibility for supplemental insurance plans, including Short Term Disability, AFLAC, and Voluntary Term Life.
The Salvation Army is hiring a Case Manager in Fall River and offers the following benefit package to part-time employees:
Generous paid time off every year that includes: holidays, vacation time and sick time
Employer funded Pension Plan (company contributions begin after 1 year of employment and consistently works 20+ hours/week)
Eligibility for supplemental insurance plans including: Voluntary Term Life & AD&D benefits, AFLAC Insurance
Most importantly – a job with a good purpose!
*This is a part-time position (29 hrs/week) and the pay rate is $18/hr*
The Case Manager provides case management services to a caseload of up to five (5) young women who are pregnant and/or parenting and who reside at Gentle Arms. Assure that case records are complete and up to date at all times. Provide direct care supervision of the program during assigned relief shifts. Responsible for the development and implementation of a comprehensive parent education and life skills curriculum for residents.
BA/BS degree in human services field preferred.
Experience working with children and youth required
Experience in interactive instruction with adolescents preferred
Training in parenting education/case management preferred
Must be able to assist parents with parenting tasks such as lifting (up to 40 lbs), transporting children, & facility upkeep.
Must have regular access to a car for emergency assessments, home visits, outreach, and professional networking
Must be able to drive or willing to learn how to drive a 12 passenger van.
Must be able to complete required First Aid/CPR and Crisis Intervention training.
The Salvation Army is a religious and social service organization, a branch of the Christian church dedicated to the never-ending battle against the twin enemies of sin and despair. Our mission is holistic because we find that no single factor accounts for the challenges faced by those we serve. The Salvation Army seeks to improve the physical environment, provide for material needs and, as people desire to receive it, we seek to introduce people to a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ.
The Fall River - Gentle Arms is looking to hire a part-time (second and third shift) Direct Care worker.
The Direct Care worker will provide supervision of the program operation during assigned shift. Duties include but are not limited to:
Maintain the safety and security of the residents and the facility. Enforce program rules, including resident and guest sign-in curfew.
In keeping with program policies and procedures, develop and maintain appropriate, supportive, and positive individual and group relations with residents, in order to build resident self-esteem and promote social skills.
Maintain written records of interaction with residents to ensure program accountability.
Participate in staff meetings; attend training sessions; facilitate resident group meetings; and assist in maintenance of facility and completion of clerical tasks to ensure program quality; professional growth, and consistency within the staff team.
Supervise, participate in, and plan appropriate and organized in-house social, recreational, and educational activities with residents, as scheduled and approved by the Director, to promote individual learning and community interaction.
High school diploma required, Associates or Bachelor’s Degree preferred
Experience working with children, adolescents, and groups
Must be able to assist parents with parenting tasks such as lifting (up to 40 pounds), transporting children, and facility upkeep
Must be able to complete required First Aid/CPR and Crisis Intervention training.
Position TitleLead Group Leader
Responsible toSite Coordinator
- Must be at least eighteen (18) years of age and meet one of the following EEC sets of requirements.
- Must have a Bachelor’s Degree or an Associate’s Degree, and have three (3) months of experience working with school aged children. Or
- Have a high school diploma or equivalent and have six months of experience working with school age children including three months of supervised experience at a school age child care program, or
- Have nine (9) months experience with school age children including three (3) months supervised experience at a school age child care program.
- Work Experience
Have a minimum of three (3) months of experience working with school-aged children.
- Must be able to plan, prepare, and implement the day to day activities
- Responsible for working with the Site Coordinator and other staff to assure the safety of the children enrolled in the program.
- Any and all problems or concerns to the Site Coordinator, who will inform the Administrator
- Principal Functions
Under supervision of the Site Coordinator, the lead group leader plans, prepares and implements the day to day activities of the children enrolled in the Kids Club. The Lead Group leader also works with the Site Coordinator to procure, transport, and stores various supplies, including first aid kit restocking, craft supplies and snack food and service items. The Lead Group Leader also helps maintain the various communication boards and “Behavior Status Display”
- Duties and Responsibilities
- Drive Salvation Army vehicles to designated stores to procure supplies for the program
- Shop for supplies for crafts and snacks
- Maintain inventory lists and inform Site coordinator when first aid supplies need to be replenished. Keep first aid kits stocked and organized.
- Communicate with other staff as required to ensure food service supplies are on hand as necessary.
- Maintain various communication boards and reset/maintain the “Behavior Status Display”
- Meets the children at the designated area and accompanies them to the center
- Creates an attractive atmosphere relevant to the goals and objectives of the program.
- Provides supervision and general child care during program hours in coordination with the other group leaders and site coordinator.
- Assists with the evening clean-up of the areas
- Conducts special duties as assigned or requested
- Coordinates the preparation of daily snacks and lunches
- Participates in first aid, CPR and all other OCCS required training. Applies for the School Transport License in Accordance with the Massachusetts State Law for Transporting Children.
- Assures the safe dismissal of all children and the closing of the center
- Represents The Salvation Army’s spiritual ministry and social mission in the Kids Club, Lynn Corps.
- Engages in Christian spiritual conversation with members of the public and in the corps facility if opportunity or need present themselves.
- Pray with individuals when opportunity or need arises
- Recognize spiritual need of persons which may require referral to the Corps Officers who are ordained ministers of religion of The Salvation Army
- Perform other related duties within the scope of the position
DEPARTMENT: Samaritan Center for Adult Care
REPORTS TO: Adult Day Services Director
STATUS: Full Time, Permanent, up to 40 hours per week
SCHEDULE: Must be available Monday through Friday 7 am to 5 pm
FUNCTION: Responsible for the general supervision of clients, providing personal care to the clients, implementing planned activities, and the cleanliness of the adult day program.
Responsible for safely transporting participants to and from the program, escorting adult day service participants to and from vehicles, providing general supervision of participants and the documentation related to the transportation program.
DEPARTMENT: Social Ministries, Anti-Human Trafficking
REPORTS TO: Anit-Human Trafficking Manager
SCHEDULE: Full-time. Must be able to respond 24/7 to human trafficking emergencies.
This position is responsible for providing 24 hour emergency response, when appropriate; crisis intervention, development and implementation of outreach programming.
Involvement in the total operation with willingness to help in all areas as needed, including dining room, outdoor/indoor activities as needed. General maintenance of all Salvation Army property including parking lot areas; General building upkeep. Will assist in pickup of food items and other donations, securing them in the properly assigned locations. Receiving of all deliveries and ensuring that they are secured in office area. After packing away delivered items in pantry and storage area, make sure that all spills are swept and mopped. Clean and maintain in front of building by keeping area clean at all times.
The Group Leader I will serve in a support role to the Corps Officers, under the direct supervision of the Program Directors. They will be intimately and integrally involved in the daily operations of the School-Age Child Care program and the carrying out of its mission. The Group Leader I will have oversight responsibility for a designated group of children and a specialized activity, as assigned by the Program Directors. They will also be responsible to exercise a measure leadership over other employees assigned to them. The Group Leader I will be required to provide support to the Program Directors, when necessary. The Group Leader I should be experienced and qualified to assume greater leadership responsibility, in absence of the Program Director, when necessary. The ideal candidate will remain teachable and interested in their ongoing professional development.
The Grounds Associate works directly under the Facilities Supervisor. As directed, is responsible for the care, treatment, repair and replacement of the grounds of the Star Lake Complex. This position is a non-professional, hourly rate position.
The Day Care Worker provides direct care to the youth that participate in the Family Shelter’s child care and/or recreation programs The Day Care Worker should be patient, kind, and
genuinely enjoy working with children of all ages.
The Divisional Director of Advancement (DDA) has the responsibility to successfully lead all elements of the Divisional Development Department, including fund raising (major gifts, planned giving, direct marketing, digital fund raising, corporate giving, foundation grants), public relations, marketing and advertising, social media, volunteerism and board engagement. The DDA is an essential part of the Leadership Team and leads all strategies to advance The Salvation Army as much as possible through annual support and breakthrough gifts, capital and endowment campaigns, philanthropic planning (planned and estate gifts), as well as through awareness-building, brand positioning and leadership networking. The DDA works cooperatively with the Territorial Director of Advancement and territorial CRD staff to adhere to and implement territorial CRD programs and practices and policies (eg. major gifts, planned giving, donor data management, direct mail, digital).
Position: Residential Direct Support Professional
Department: Developmental Disabilities Program – Montgomery County
Availability of Position: Immediately
Schedules: Full Time positions including weekdays, weekends and overnight shifts Collegeville and Royersford, PA areas: (Sleeping is permitted during the overnight hours. Same pay rate applies.)
On-call positions also available (variable, as needed schedule, less than 19 hours per week)
Reporting Relationship: Reports to the Program Coordinator for the location
Salary and Grade: $12.00/hour; 72 Non-Exempt
The Salvation Army is Hiring!
We are seeking individuals with a passion for helping others, and a desire to do good in their own community.
We have openings for Resident Aides at the Evangeline Booth Miracle Home, which provides emergency housing to homeless women and their children.
This position is responsible for ensuring that all resident's basic neets are met and that the safety of the shelter is maintained at all times. Hours will vary each week according to staffing needs.
Responsible for oversight, coordination, care and safety of program residents throughout their stay in the Family Caring Center. The position requires: Lifting between 25–30 pounds, walking bending, sitting and standing during the performance of duties. Preparation and serving of meals and cleaning of kitchen.
The Program Assistant to Kids Café programs is responsible for the successful operation of the After-school and summer day camp program. He/She recruits children and volunteer from nearby colleges and High Schools to assist with reading and math. Also will train and manages them and ensure a quality program. This position is requires acknowledgement of The Salvation Army Mission.
Hours: 25 Hours/ week (Monday- Friday, 1:30pm to 6:30 pm.) Additional hours for Corps Cadet Class, planning or special projects may request from the Corps Officer.
The QIDP works within an ICF (Intermediate Care Facility) to ensure each client's active treatment program is integrated, coordinated and monitored. The QIDP works directly with clients and paraprofessionals, non-professional and other program staff who work with clients. They must be able to participate as part of the interdisciplinary team in relevant aspects of the active treatment process. Also participates in on-going staff development and training in both formal and informal settings. They will ensure the individuals receive the highest standard of services required. They will ensure that all services are coordinated and implemented as needed and must be able to travel, have good writing skills, articulate and be an aggressive advocate. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.